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BOROUGH COMPETITION. CAMPERDOWN v. ANNANDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

BOROUGH COMPETITION. CAMPEEDOWN T. ANNANDALB. This match was resumed on the Agricultural Ground. Scores: Camperdowu, iirst innings, 07; Annaudale, ilrst innings, 162. Scnulon plarod a splendid inniugs for fld not on1-; Parsons '28, P. Howe 12, Srpart.hy 10. Camperdowu, second innings, ono wicket for 9. MAEBICKVILLE t. ASHFIELD. Ashfleld, first tunings, 59 ; Marrickville, first in nings, 167, F. Moore 64. C+. Sparks 33, O. Phillips 12 not out, G. |Wales 15, W. French 14'; Ashflold, second innings, J. Farry IS, PauIser20, Meares 10, J. Farry 14 not out, ChipperSeld 10; total. 81. Snarka took eight for 2-1, PhillipB one for 21. Max. rfckville won by an innings and 27 runs.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GARDINER CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

GARDINEE CUP. Henry Bolt, and Co. v Iurk, Sons ahd Co, The former scored 81, and tbree for 19. S. Evans 20 and 8 not out. Larks, -M : Penny 12, Galloway 10. Sarmau fire for 26, S. Jivaus five for 25 bowled well for H.B. and Co; Brooks, Simpson, and Barrett for Lark and Sons. This match will be oontinued on Saturday week. 33nrlsJei|;h, neat Capuietat Moore Park. Scores : Earlsleiprh 52, Capulet. ;ii. W. fioss made 14. West Sydney beat Water Police by five wickets and 6 runs. Scores: Waler Police 67 (Lipscombe 44, Corcoran 12), West Sydn.-.y five for 73 (Mitchell 25 not out, G.in88 22). Brovrn and Glass secured tho wickets for the -wiuners, and Lipscombe and. Hickey for the losers. David Jonas nji-l Co. beat Enoch Taylor and Co. Scores: D. J. and Co., 69 (M'Grath 24, Griuimo 10) ; Enoch Taylor 40 (Byrnu !8). For D. J. and Co. Tipper took r.even for 14, ami Townend two for ?24, whilst Stephens, for the losers, took eight wickets. H. Prescott and Co. beat Deuham Bros, by seven wickets, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

CELLULAR AESTEX UNDERCLOTHING. CELLULAR AEETEX CLOTH is composed of small cells, in which the air is enclosed, and warmed by tho heat of tho body. A perfect non-conduotinp layer is thus formed next the akin. '-Owina: to the CELLULAE construction, this cloth is much lighter and better VENTI LATED than ordinary fabrics, and is easier to wash. CELLULAE AEETEX CLOTH is made in Cotton, Silk, Silk and Cotton, Silk and Wool, and Merino. THE SPECIAL QUALITIES OF CELLULAR CLQTHIMG ARE:— 1. It is practically a supplementary nkin, retaining -warmth, and yet permitting of FEEE EVAPORATION. 2. It is WARM IN WINTER, COOL IN SUMMER, and wherever (aa in the tropics) evapo ration roqairoa to be least impoded, it is most effloaoions. 8. Boinff exceptionally Porous', it is tho CLEANLIEST and MOST EASILY WASHED of all forms of Clothiiitf. GEHTLEHtiH'S' DEPARTMENT.— DRESS SHIETS (Linen Fronts and Cuffa), TENNIS SHIETS, PYJAMAS, UNDEE VESTS and PANTS, SOCKS, CAPS and BELTS, &c. LADIES' DEPARTMENT...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WAVERLEY v. REDFERN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

.WAVERLEY t. REDi'ERN. This match eiided in a draw at the Waverley Oval, though W&verley made a valiant effort to secure a victory. Scores : — 'WAVEBLEY— First Innings. E. 'W. Criiickshuuk, b Hume ? 0 W. Walford, b Hume ? 38 'W. Trickett, b Hume ? 64 TV. Bell, b Poolo ? 22 8. Austin, st Prescott, b Poole ? -SO E. Ironside, b Poole ... ... ... 4 W. Harriugton, not out ? 8 Sundries ? 5 Six wicketB (innin&g closed) ...171 Hume took three for 68, Poole three for 34, Hawke none for 42, Fox none for 17, and Hanigan noue for 5. EEDFEEN. A. Hanigan, b Austin ? 1 J. Pidlett, o Watford, b Austin ? 0 A. H. Gregory, b Trickett ? 2 E. Hume, b Trickett ? 5 'VV. Watts, c Irouaide, b Trickett ... 23 J. Yntes, b Trickett ? ;.. 5 . Wilson, not out ? ... 12 A. Poole, b Trickett ? ;. 4 P. Prescott, not out ? 3 Sundry ? ? 1 Seven wickets for ? 56 BOTTLlKa A2MLTSXS. ,„ Bi. K. E. TT. W. Trickett M ... ... 102 ' 8' 22 ' 5 S. Austin ? ... 96 6 21 2 S. Bethell ? 12 0 5 0 W. Bell ... ... ? 18 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

GUeat Discount Sale CONTINUES FOR A PEW DAYS MORE. 3s 4P IN THE POUND OFF EVERY PURCHASE. REDUCED PRICES) 0F ALL REDUCED PRICES) SUMMER GOODS. 3s 4A IN THE POUND OFF THE REDUCED PRICES. * ATTEACTI YE B AEG AINS ) to cleae the ATTEAOTIYE E AEG-AINS ) SUMMER STOCK. EVERYTHING MUST FIND A BUYER. THIS WEEK'S BABGAINS WILL BE A REVELATION TO BUTEE8. ' VICTORIA HOUSE, S^DBJEY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

DETECTIVE COOKE having resigned from tlio Police Force, has Opened CONVIDENTIAT, INQUIBIES, MISS ING- EBIENDS, and NEXT-Otf-KIN OFFICES, at 133 KING-STBEET, Sydney, with Branches at Charing Cross, London, and at Melbourne. Tooti monials from Judges, Magistrates!, Barristers, Heads of Government Departments, and Chiefs of Police, dydney and Melbourne, can bo inspected or copies posted on application, the whole form in.? a mass of reference uuequalled. Strictly con dential. Agents everjwharn.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

^ WILLEITWELL ... ^ for BOOTS AND SHOES. THE BEST SHOP It] SYDMEY (FOB BOOTS AND SHOES.) MY MOTTO IS : IKS^ S^It^w^t t ALL GOODS MABZED IN PLAIN -^g£ PLEA Sl^wMt^ figures. WILL PARE WELL. PLEASE NOTE ADDRESS: ..-.: , ? : : ^ ;. 758 GKEOIRG-E-STJREET* BC-^TTMI^IiEET.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

FREE INFORMATION. ? ? ♦- ? FOE BEADEBS OF THE 'SUNDAY TIMES.' We desire it to be understood that, while we endeavor to get thoroughly accurate advice for our readers, we in no way hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed. INFORMATION COUl'ON. *%Vr' Sunday Times. *»? **? This most be cat out and fonrarded with any question. The following are the replies for the week: — FREE LEGATj ADA'ICE. Interested : Up to the amount due upon the shares. 'Welshman : 1. No. 2. No. 3. I do not think so. Rozelle, Lewis, J.W.F., G.P., answers next week. AiiAiiEDA ?. If you did not become bankrupt yon are still liable. Musio : I tbink you are perfectly at liberty to do as you desire. K.G. : If you do not accept he can Bue you for breach of contraot. J.A.A.: Sue in the Police Court for the re covery of your j^oods or their value. Bowrax, -. Yes. You have to get the per mission of the Registrar. 2. I think so, but could not decide unlesR I saw the will. Z.A.B. : No ; be cannot exercise the po...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

TO DYSPEPTICS.. WE DO NOT PUT OUR NAME TO RASH OE FOOLISH STATEMENTS. WE ASSERT THAT GRANUMA PORRIDGE MEAL WILL PREVENT OR CURE ALL FORMS OF INDIGESTION IN PERSONS WITH WHOM THERE IS NOTHING ORGANICALLY WRONG, AND WHO WILL OBEY THE SIMPLE LAWS OF HEALTH. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR A4t,b PACKET, AND IF HE WILL NOT SUPPLY ? IT, WRITE TO US, AND WE WILL CAUSE IT TO BE SENT TO YOU FROM THE GROCER NEAREST TO YOU WHO KEEPS IT. JAMES INGLIS and Co., DEAN'S PLACE, SYDNEY, WHOLESALE AGENTS,

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THE NORTH SHORE MYSTERY SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAPTERS. (FOR READERS WHO HAVE DELAYED COMMENCING THE STORY.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

Tm Noeth Shore Mystery — : — * ? . BY HERB: FUTBTCJEL. (FOB THE ' SUNDAY TIMES.') . . .. SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAPTERS. (Foe Bbadebs who Have Delayed Commencing the Story.) Alexander Booth, a well-known city bookmaker, was found one morning dead in his bed, in a boarding-bouse at Lavender Bay. Ho retired with his wife as usual on Saturday sight, in an upBtairs room. About 7 a.m. the screams from the apartment raised the inmates, who could get no response from the room, and they forced the door, which was locked on the inside. Mrs. Booth, who wa3 insensible on the floor, subsequently related th^t. she locked the door as usual, and had slept soundly until morning, when, being aroused by a feeling of chilliness, she found her husband dead beside her. He was lying on his face,- with a dagger-like knife buried between his shoulder-blades. The window was fastened inside, and barred closely with iron outside ; the chimney would admit nothing larger than a cat, and the only door was looked...

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THE MAILS. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

THE MAILS. MONDAY. Misihbula asd Edkn, llo.m. Fiji, Hosoli7lc, Canada, United Statis oj Askrica, Ukited Kingdom, and Cobtinjckt or Ecropk, Canadian-Australian steamer Miowera, 11.30 a.m. ., .;?-. '??' ? ?? -.-';? Auckland, ic, K.Z., Navioatoes Islands Hosololu, United States of Ahehica, Canada, Umitkd Kingdom, and Continent or Eubope, A. and A. steamer Arawa, 2 p.m. ' Imdia a»d Cowiineht or Europe, overland to Adelaide, and thence per Oruba, 2.30 p.m. Ukited Kixodoix, overland to Adelaide, and thence per Oruba, 8 p.m. E.M.S. Oruba (letters addressed to persons on board) , overland to Adelaide, 8 p.m. j Hobaet, S p.m. I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

GRAHAM'S 55s SUITS.

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SHIPPING. THE TIDES. HIGH WATER-SYDNEY COVE. Morning. Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

SHIPPING. THE TIDES. HIGH WATES— SYDNEY COVE. Mormntr. Afternoon. Date h. m. t. m. \ Bttvbat, Feb. 17 ... ... 1 16 ... 1 42 i Mohdat, „ 18 ? 2 17 ... 2 52 Tuesday, „ 19 ? 3 32 ... 4 11 Wsdhhday „ 20 ? 4 49 ... 5 26 TKCasDAT, i. 21 ? 5 57 ... 6 28 Feidat, „ 22 ? 6 62 ... 7 16 Baxprwt, „ 23 ? 7 36 ... 7 56 I ARRIVALS— Febrtjart 16. I Gulf of Venice, str, 2923 tons, Captain Parslow, I .'rom Liverpool via ports. I Nttmoi, str, 1414 tonB, Captain E. Skinner, from § Newcastle. I Leura, itr, 1186 tons, Captain Joy, from Mel a bourue. I Victoria, str, 1250 tons, Captain D. Calder, from f$ Zephyr, bgtn, 135 tons, Captain Powell, from m BritiBh New Guinea. s Oonab, str, 1757 tons, Captain W. J. Feather M Itone, from Newcastle. M Airlie, itr, 2338 tons, Captain 'W. Ellia, from m Hongkong. H Ch&vgabi. str, 2269 tons, Captain O. Anderson, W from Melbourne. - [ ^___^_^ DEPARTURES— Februabt 16. . South Australian, str, for Townsville, Ti» ports. Adelaide, str, for Melbourne and Adelaide. L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

GOOD STYLE AND FIT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

COMPETITIVE PEICES. OUR INTENTION 13 NOT TO CAREY OVER GOODS FROM ONE SEASON TO ANOTHER. TO EFFECT A CLEARANCE WE HAVE MARKED ALL SUMMER GOODS IRRESPECTIVE OF COST, AND IN SOME I CASES LESS THAN HALF PRICE. BUYERS CAN RELY UPON US DOING WHAT WE SAY WE DO. THESE PRICES ABE FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY. OSBOENE & CO., GENERAL DRAPERS, 57 OXFORD -STREET ? (ONE MINUTE FROM HYDE PARK.) ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

-? JBSIPIR-^TICXN''/O'P LESA.SE. STOCKS OF WALL AOHS5 AND NEWTON AND LAM B At Discounts Hanging from 6§ 8cl to 10s in the...£ The Proprietor is relinquishing tho Buainege, and mnsfs oloar out every line at best prioo obtainable. AH high-class Rnd raodorn Gaodn Delivered Fred In Town or Suburbs in good order and condition. SCHWEGHIEN PIANOS. NEWTON AND LAMB'S OLD PREMISES— ; O'CONNELL AND SPRING- STREETS.

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"THEY WILL RUN AFTER THE MEN." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

'THEY WILL ItUN AFTER THE HEN.' ' Women cannot leave the men alone,'' says a writer in All the Year Round. 'That war cry of theirs, ' Whatever a man can do a woman can,' is pregnant with meaning, of which they themselves appear to bo unconscious. Whatever a man dooB they do — chiefly because a man is doing it. If a man did not do it, they would not do it either. They orowd the risky entertainments because the men are there. They read and writo the suggestive books beoanso their first and foremost themo is invariably the relations of the sexes. They play masculine games merely because they are masculine I would venture upon something of tho nature of a prophetio utterance It is this. If every man wore to loavo off playing golf to-morrow, there would not be a female golf-player left in .England in a month. Where tho men lead the women follow. The 'dear oroaturos,' as tho old-time 'bucks' used to havo it, always did run after the men ; it seems thut just now they are running after them...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

PABALYTIC PRICES. BOOTS AND SHOES. OTTIfc SALE, W.XHICIEY&SONS, 65 OXFORD AND PELICAN STREETS.

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WOMEN'S VIEWS And Chat. A Sixpenny Cab Fare-Suggested Revolt Against Kissing-Why Young Women Marry Old Men. A PLEA-SIXPENNY CAB FARES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

WOMEN'S YIEWS And Chat. A Sixpenny Cab Fare— Suggested Re Yolt Against Kissing— TVhy Young 'Women Marry Old Mon. A PLB4.— SIXPENNT. CAB ffAJSES. Wht shouldn't we have a sixpenny cab service in Sydney ? The thought occurred to mo in trudging through the muddy streets during the past iwo weeks, shopping and calling on my friends, and getting my boots wet and my dress in an awful state. How pleasant it would be if one could take a sixpenny drive from house to house or street to street. No woman would mind paying sixpence, and what an increase it would bring to the cabby. It is monstrous to be compelled to pay a shilling for a five minutes' drive in the heart of the city. Tho quarter of an hour limit for a Bishop Smith will take one, behind the most miserable nag, over a mile, but ono seldom wants to go a mile, and when occasion arises the tram is always handy. Brisbane is a small place, and yet they have a sixpenny cab service there, and it has proved an immense boon, not only to the c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

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